Keycap Design Concept:
An all time favorite in our gradient collection, the 'Good Luck' keycap set is inspired by the color red. Red has a range of symbolic meanings through many different cultures, including life, health, vigor, courage, love and good luck! We've made the keycaps backlit so your RGB lighting shines right through.
Material: PBT Double Shot
Profile: OEM Profile
Light transmittance: Yes
MX Compatible: Works with Cherry MX switches and MX-style switches
Number of Keys:
Top letter (backlit): 123 keys
Side letter (backlit): 105 or 134 keys
1 x Keycap Set
1 x Keycap Puller
THIS LISTING IS FOR KEYCAP SET ONLY AND DOES NOT INCLUDE OTHER PHOTOGRAPHED ITEMS
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What are OEM Profile Keycaps?
If you are new to the mechanical keyboards, you might see different descriptions such as "OEM profile", "Cherry profile", "XDA profile" and "SA profile" and wonder what they all mean.
In short, profiles mean heights. The most glaring difference among them is the overall height of keycaps. For a detailed walk through, please check out our Guide to Keycap Profiles.
OEM profile is known as the standard profile since it is commonly used in many modern and prebuilt mechanical keyboards.
It is mass produced and considered standard among commonly branded mechanical keyboards such as Logitech, Corsair, and Razer.
OEM profile keycaps are not uniform, meaning different rows would have a different design and height. They also have cylindrical tops that conform to your fingertips to increase comfort during typing or gaming.
What is PBT material?
PBT (short for “polybutylene terephthalate”) is one of the hardest and most durable keycap materials available. Unlike other materials, PBT does not turn yellow over time, and is extremely resistant to heat and chemicals.
Double Shot vs. Dye Sublimation
Both are processes used for creating the legend on your keycap. Dye-sub involves printing the legends onto the keycap, while double-shot uses injection molding to insert the legend. Both methods offer great durability and feel.
To learn more about the different keycap materials, please check out out Guide to Keycap Materials.